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Commercial photography can be fun…

Commercial photography can be fun…

The other day I was photographing some holiday decorations at H Carlson Florists.  I promised I would put nothing “Christmas, Hanukkah, or Kwanzaa” until AFTER Thanksgiving.  So the early holiday deocorations for H. Carlson’s won’t be revealed until Black Friday.  However, in the spirit of the Thanksgiving season,  H. Carlson’s […]

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The Tribute In Light – Remembering the victims of 9/11/2001

The Tribute In Light – Remembering the victims of 9/11/2001

We all remember where we were on that fateful day when over 3000 innocent people lost their lives in the blink of an eye. Let us never forget the tragedy that was 9/11/01. But let us also LEARN from the mistakes that we have made over the past 12 years. […]

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Lighthouse Landing – Some things just look better in black and white

Lighthouse Landing – Some things just look better in black and white

Almost every shutterbug in Westchester NY takes photos of Lighthouse Landing in Sleepy Hollow at some point in their lives.  One can’t argue that there is a dearth of photos on this particular subject.  I guess I’m no exception to the rule because I have quite a few photos of […]

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GW Bridge in Blue for Autism Awareness Day…

GW Bridge in Blue for Autism Awareness Day…

Here is a black and white version of the photo I took last night of the GW bridge that was lit up for Autism Awareness month.   Of course, I left the lights blue – and actually kept the water blue because it complemented the lights on the bridge.  So […]

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Lenten Contemplation…

Lenten Contemplation…

This photo was taken one stormy day in early March in early Lent.  The day was gray and the clouds were thick.  I happened to be on Route 9 in Westchester in the Briarcliff area and the Scarborough Presbyterian Church made an appearance through the clouds and the fog.  It […]

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Cardinal caught on camera…..

Cardinal caught on camera…..

This is probably one of the last gasps of my winter photo collection.  I took it after it was “officially” spring, but it was cold like winter and we were expecting snow. We have been seeing a lot of Cardinals lately on TV. Of course those Cardinals are actually humans […]

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Patriots Park in Winter –  Blue Streams and Gray Skys – Tarrytown NY

Patriots Park in Winter – Blue Streams and Gray Skys – Tarrytown NY

Recently, I’ve been using the gray shades of winter to play with black and white photography and adding a dash of color.  As spring blossoms, I will probably return more and more to true color .  This is another such experiment…For the most part, the colors used  the color reflects […]

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The Photographer In Red…

The Photographer In Red…

While I was taking photos along the icy shoreline on the Hudson, I noticed a photographer wearing a bright red coat who had the same idea as me.  While I was shooting, I managed to capture her taking photos of her own.  Even more ironically, I was being photographed that […]

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Shoreline S-Curve

Shoreline S-Curve

Its fairly rare that the shoreline along the Hudson River freezes over.  This photo shows the process and its interesting how the freezing process in the water follows the curve of the rocky shore.  It was a very frigid day on the river.  It really was as cold as this […]

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The Dakota – adding history & mystery to the Upper West Side…

The Dakota – adding history & mystery to the Upper West Side…

After taking “Shades of Rosemary’s Baby” I went in search of the actual setting for the film.  Well, I didn’t have to look far. To my mild surprise, it was the Dakota, the site where John  Lennon met his untimely and sad end. While I was there I noticed that […]

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